Explore the Blue Mountains best hiking tracks with local guides Wolfgang & Hedi
"Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better"
Since the situation about Coronavirus (COVID-19) is evolving day by day, we are very sorry not being able to conduct our tours until further notice.
Your Tour Guides
Wolfgang & Hedi are passionate local hiking enthusiasts offering interpretive hiking tours for small groups in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area Our tours are licensed by NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service (Parks Eco Pass) We are ATIC accredited for Quality and Sustainable Tourism
Your Tour Options
Choose between short walks or even a challenging hike of several hours, our tours are specifically designed for small groups of maximum four participants, offering an individualized personal experience.
Take in the sounds of our rich variety of native birds, learn about geology and nature, listen to fascinating stories about the history of the Blue Mountains and relax in a world so remote and peaceful yet so close to Sydney's bustling city life.
Regardless whether you have only a few hours' time or one full day or even more then one day, discover with Wolfgang & Hedi the most scenic places of the Greater Blue Mountains. Amazing hiking tracks, breathtaking lookouts, magnificent waterfalls and impressive canyons are waiting to be discovered.
Enjoy visiting the area around the iconic mountain villages of Katoomba - home of Scenic World, the Three Sisters and Giant Stairways. Explore Wentworth Falls with its majestic waterfalls and German Bakery "Schwarzes". Visit the village of Leura, its famous cascades and Leura Waterfall or let us show you Blackheath, well-known for the Heritage Centre, Grand Canyon and its stunning lookouts.
Maybe you even want to go out further west (1.5 -2 hours by car) to explore more hidden treasures such as: the Glow Worm Tunnel in Wollemi National Park or the Kanangra Waterfall Walk in the Kanangra-Boyd National Park.
Another exciting track is the Blue Lake Walk - look for the elusive Platypus living in the lake - in the Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve right next to the world's oldest accessible caves - the Jenolan Caves - which are another highlight in this magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Area of the Greater Blue Mountains.
For direct bookings and enquiries, please check under CONTACT for our details. Online bookings available through 'Airbnb Experience' website (see under ONLINE BOOKING)